Features

Dress-up fun for all the family at Clonakilty’s Old Time Fair

Posted on: 4th June, 2019 in Features

It’s time to dust off those bloomers, waistcoats and bowler hats as Clonakilty Old Time Fair opens a window on the past for a new generation on July 6. With prizes for best dressed child, couple, shop staff and more,...

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Bantry celebrates midsummer with diversity

Posted on: 4th June, 2019 in Features

Bantry Kupala Festival, now in its third year, celebrates the diversity and multitude of cultures to be found in Cork.  On Sunday, June 23, Wolfe Tone Square in Bantry will be transformed into a riot of colour, sound and activity...

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Action-packed fun day out promised at Clon Show

Posted on: 4th June, 2019 in Features

Strong men, a mobile farm, top prize money, a young people’s art competition, a dog show and a jiving competition are just a few of the highlights at this year’s Clonakilty Show, which promises a mini wonderland at the Show...

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Maritime theme to this year’s Clonakilty Street Carnival

Posted on: 4th June, 2019 in Features

The fourth annual Clonakilty Street Carnival will take place on Saturday, June 15 with a maritime theme to celebrate Clonakilty by the Sea. Clonakilty Street Carnival 2019, in association with Irish Yogurts Clonakilty, will offer an exciting day of free...

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Where does your bacon come from?

Posted on: 4th June, 2019 in Features

Senior Research Officer at Teagasc based at Moorepark in Fermoy, Dr Laura Boyle, was recently awarded the prestigious 2019 British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) and Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) award for Innovative Development...

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New Native Animals of Ireland trail at Inish Beg Estate

Posted on: 8th May, 2019 in Features

A new Native Animals of Ireland trail, which opened this Easter weekend at Inish Beg Estate, Baltimore, is ready to be explored. Wind along a path through the trees to spot and name the 10 native species and claim your reward....

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The journey to Glebe

Posted on: 8th May, 2019 in Features

Thirty years ago, in 1989, organic market growers Jean and Peter Perry moved with their four young daughters to The Glebe in Baltimore. As their children grew, so too did the five-acres of coastal garden at The Glebe, with the...

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Make plastic ‘The Issue’

Posted on: 8th May, 2019 in Features

Reports from India of toxins in cow’s milk led to a Supreme Court ruling in January 2014 attempting to make safe the milk supply. The toxins, including dioxins, pass into the milk from plastic ingested by the cows, which in...

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